True West Magazine, August 1977

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good

Features: Remembering Walt - Pat Coburn is interviewed about her late husband, the "King of the Pulps" - Walt Coburn; Uncle Billy Jacobs' Story - a runaway boy hires on with the Pecos Carter and his Panhandle Pool outfit; Buried Treasure in Squirrel Gulch - the Colt 45, once belonged to William Brocius Graham, the famous Curly Bill; In Quest of a Coquillard Wagon; The Evenin' I Met Cull Mims; Taking a head count - the census; Christening the Red Onion - northwest Colorado; Arkichita and a wicked Texas Cowboy - Indian tracker versus Army bully... and guess who won! - Fort Wadsworth; What became of Cambria, Wyoming?; The Mysterious Pinkerton - undercover work at its most dangerous; California's Killer Flood - the winter of 1861-62; Living with "Aunt Sam" James; A Tenderfoot's Dangerous Trip - Fort Laramie, Wyoming. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy.